Adventures With The Wife and Blake, Volume 1: The Blake by Neil Perryman, Sue Perryman

By Neil Perryman, Sue Perryman

One woman's really sweary, thoroughly unofficial, yet sometimes insightful consultant to the 1st 26 episodes of the cult BBC technological know-how fiction sequence Blake's 7. This e-book collects the 1st 1/2 the reasonably profitable Adventures with the spouse and Blake weblog ('The manner Back' to 'Star One') and features a new creation, specific episode annotations and a foreword via Gareth Roberts.

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First, readers from civil-law traditions may suspect that such a choice assumes a common-law bias, disproportionately emphasising the judicial function. However, the analysis will treat contentious cases only as examples of rights balancing, without regard to the legal status of judicial holdings in any given jurisdiction. Questions of judicial precedent, often prominent in common-law scholarship, will assume no special role. By the end of the book, it should be clear that the same general forms of arguments about the balance between rights and restrictions are identical in common-law and civil-law jurisdictions, and structure debate in other fora, such as legislative or administrative bodies, and among the broader public.

5) For our purposes, the roles would be distributed as in any other case: the state asserting a right acts as claimant, and the accused state defending the restriction acts as respondent. 1 We can now state the two possible values for the ␪ variable. The claimant will be designated by the upper-case, Roman letter ‘A’. The respondent will be designated with the letter ‘Z’. 1. The letters A and Z may, too, appear to be variables, in so far as A will range over claimants, and Z will range over respondents, in an unlimited number of disputes.

The specific content of the right would be modified so as to include that eventuality, but its overall right-duty structure would otherwise remain intact. Accordingly, a legal norm can protect an individual interest – less securely, perhaps, but still effectively – without the rule of law. ) Hohfeldian analysis can accommodate either theory, as long as the assumptions made in each case are clear. On behalf of the liberal theory, it could be said that the configuration of claim-rights, liberties, powers or immunities which constitute a given right are plausible – are saved from becoming impossible fictions – only in so far as they are not subject to sudden and arbitrary abrogation.

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